Sister Lakshmi, No Indian Shd Make Common Cause w/ Racialst Tamir - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Indra
    • 11.07.07 | 23:32 (IDT)

    Sister Lakshmi, it is exceedingly odd for an Indian to make common cause with the bizzare racist (and anti-Indian) posts of Tamir. As for your claim that 'we' Indians all support the Palestinians, surely if you are yourself authentically Indian you will recognise and admit that 'we' Indians are of many, many diverse opinions. I do think it safe to say, however, that your very many vehemently anti-semitic posts over the months are far indeed from representative of Indian opinion. I also think it safe to say that many, many Indians find it quite easy to empathise with the Israelis and non-theocratic Palestinians alike, as fellow formerly British colonised peoples who now face much in the way of islamist violence. Your oft-expressed sympathies with the murderous theocrat Hamas group are certainly 'outlier' sympathies at home.

    from the article: Palestinian militants fire at least 11 mortar shells at Israeli targets
    First published 00:00 10.07.07 | Last updated 00:00 10.07.07
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